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I See What You Mean by Some 'Art Lovers' Being Social Climbers

A work made of watercolor and pen and black ink, over graphite, on off-white illustration board.

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  • A work made of watercolor and pen and black ink, over graphite, on off-white illustration board.

Date:

1956/57

Artist:

Richard Aberle Florsheim (American, 1916-1979)
Paul Pinson (French, 20th century)

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Artist

Richard Aberle Florsheim

Title

I See What You Mean by Some 'Art Lovers' Being Social Climbers

Origin

United States

Date

1956–1957

Medium

Watercolor and pen and black ink, over graphite, on off-white illustration board

Dimensions

223 × 93 mm

Credit Line

Gift of Neva Krohn

Reference Number

1986.1493

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